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Anti-Americanism, Venezuelan Style

Kyle Longley
Board of Contributors
Jul 16, 2019 | 10:00 GMT
Venezuelans attack the limousine of Vice President Richard Nixon on May 13, 1958, in Caracas.

The violent response to Vice President Richard Nixon's May 1958 visit to Caracas stands as a clear example of the lingering depth of anti-Americanism in Venezuela.

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During debates over Venezuela in May, as the White House considered a military response to the country's continuing crisis, Republican U.S. Sen. Todd Young of Indiana stated, "I think that it is the responsibility of the administration to explain their thinking as it relates to any plans to deploy U.S....

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